Coating of gasborne nanoparticles with silica and silica-organic shells in a post-plasma CVD process

Patrick Post & Alfred P. Weber
In many applications using nanoparticles, the particles require a defined coating to achieve the desired product properties, such as a reduced photocatalytic activity or a controlled drug delivery. Especially silica shells are interesting, because silica is an inert and stable material. There are multiple methods to produce such core-shell structures, many of which use liquid phase sol-gel processes. However, gas phase processes have many advantages over liquid phase ones, such as a reduced complexity and...
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